Seatbelt Survival: Unrestrained Kids = Rockets

Today’s post takes a slight detour from our main focus of distracted driving…although not completely unrelated. Picture a small child, three or maybe four years old standing behind a man who could be his father. The small boy is smiling with his arms wrapped lovingly around the man as he…

Baby on Board: Safe Driving with Kids in Canada

Distraction comes in many forms. Especially for parents. According to a poll of 2,000 new moms, nearly 10% of them had been in a collision while driving with their baby. Experts say that’s on par with teen drivers, widely considered the driving population with the highest crash risk. I recently…

Be Driven to Pass Your Driver’s License Test

The U.S. Department of Transportation calls distracted driving an epidemic in America. Taking time to study your driver’s manual and prepare for the driving test makes you a more aware driver. Put the extra effort into your written and driving tests and you’ll become a better driver, perhaps even save…

Cybersecurity and Hacking Concerns for Today’s Cars and Tomorrow’s Driverless Vehicles

Many cars already have numerous driverless features—say self-park, for example—that are designed to make driving less stressful and reduce the chance of collision. Experts agree that truly driverless cars are not just a dream anymore, but a reality that’s perhaps not very far in the future. But, driverless cars pose…

Prepare Your Car for the Winter Snow with These 4 Tips

With winter’s harsher weather on the horizon, it’s time again to prepare your vehicle for the challenges of dealing with snow and potential automobile events that are made worse by cold weather conditions. Before you travel anywhere else this winter, prepare your car by following these four tips: Get a…

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